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Announcing the 2022 Ockham NZ Book Awards Judges

Internationally acclaimed authors, long-time reviewers, award-winning photographers and a respected former publisher are among the 12 experts selected to judge the 2022 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.

SPCA's advice to pet owners caught up in Covid-19 Delta outbreak

As the Delta outbreak continues to grow, SPCA is encouraging all pet owners to be prepared and have a plan in place to care for their animals should they need to self-isolate at home or leave their property to enter a managed quarantine facility.

Lockdown to remember: Auckland woman scoops $11.5 million Powerball win

A young woman from Auckland has millions of reasons to celebrate this lockdown after winning $11.5 million with Powerball First Division on Saturday night.

Keeping safe and social during lockdown - NZABC

Sip and savour and ‘go no, low and slow’ in lockdown, says the NZ Alcohol Beverages Council (NZABC).

"It’s always okay to choose no alcohol, choose a drink that is low-alcohol, or simply sip and savour your drink slowly," says Bridget MacDonald, NZABC’s Executive Director.

Canon Oceania Grants finalists announced, public voting is live

Canon is pleased to announce the finalists of its 2021 Oceania Grants program, revealing an impressive range of initiatives making a positive impact in the community, education sector and environment.

'Karioi' - an uplifting short about a community coming together to restore a maunga

Last night Patagonia held an online premiere of our short film ‘Karioi’. We have now listed the film free-to-view and enabled an embeddable link in case you wanted to share it with your community.

NZ Travel media - travel news

New zero-deposit offer plus savings of up to US$2000 per couple on 2023 expedition cruises in the Americas

Book by October 31, 2021

Sunflower project to help grow the next generation of gardeners

Daltons are hoping to bring smiles to the faces of over 11,694 kindy children around New Zealand with their 2021 Sunflowers in Kindergartens Project launching this month.

Outward Bound expresses sadness at news of Sir David Levene's death

The Outward Bound Trust of New Zealand is deeply saddened to learn of the death of our Patron, Sir David Levene.

Sir David was one of our founders in 1962 and has supported Outward Bound throughout our whole history. He was appointed our Patron in 2003.

Accessible bridge swings into action at Kaitoke Regional Park

The highly anticipated suspension bridge at Kaitoke Regional Park is now open, meaning more visitors can connect with nature at one of our region’s most beloved parks.